Fleeing violence in Burma to Bangladesh, Rohingya Muslim refugees are facing death threat due to lack of food, shelter and water, an aid agency warned on Sunday.
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Trevor Noah in Thursday’s episode of the Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” blasted Nobel Peace Prize holder Aung San Kyi over her justification for the ongoing genocide targeting Rohingya Muslims
A new Indonesian application catering to Muslim men seeking multiple wives will be released early next month, offering them a trusted, halal source for polygamy.
In the latest crackdown on its Muslim minority, China has jailed a member of the Hui Muslim minority after forming online discussions groups to teach about Islam.
For Muslims living in South Korea, halal food could be a real challenge to find, a fact officials are trying to change to attract more Muslim tourists.
The Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader has decried violence against Rohingya Muslims in the Buddhist-majority Burma, saying the suffering of those fleeing violence would have inspired Buddha to help.
Former Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob is set to be Singapore’s first Malay president in more than 47 years, following Elections Department (ELD) yesterday's announcement she was the only candidate qualified to run for office.
Amid a shaming absence of international charities, including the UN, Turkish aid groups have extended a helping hand to the nearly 270,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled to neighboring Bangladesh.
– A photo taken for a Rohingya Muslim couple who were born and raised in Saudi Arabia has gone viral on social media, showing the wife standing to shade and protect her husband who was praying in Al-Masjid Al-Haram in Makkah.
The Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu has sent a heartfelt letter to fellow peace prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, condemning her for her silence over Rohingya Muslims in Burma and calling for her to intervene.
Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, the highest seat of religious learning in the Sunni world, has condemned the violence committed against Rohingya Muslims, urging an action by international and Muslim countries.
As thousands of Rohingya Muslims risk death, slavery to escape Burma, Pope Francis has shared prayers for the persecuted minority, condemning atrocities committed by Burma.